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Mission Workshop Sanction Rucksack

Mission Workshop Sanction Rucksack

Carry everything you need for the day, night, and afterwards with the Mission Workshop Sanction Rucksack ($180). Built with waterproof fabrics to military specifications, the Sanction offers multiple waterproof compartments, a large zippered pocket for your laptop or tablet, and internal frame sheet for extra support, and urethane coated zippers. Available in a range of subdued colors including black, olive, gray, and "charcoal."

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